Celebrate Halloween with these easy-to-make festive treats and ghoulish goodies.
Use thick fluffy meringue batter to easily create eyes that are edible but eerie. They top tasty smoothies that are hits at Halloween parties.
Fruit juice adds extra vitamin C to these fun, fat-free snacks. Kids love them!
A pound cake is cut into rectangles and then decorated with green frosting and candy to make these monster desserts.
Sugar cookie dough is rolled out and cut into bat shapes for this Halloween treat. A dip in chocolate gives these critters their spooky, dark appearance.
New research found that this classic treat could make you sick if it's not stored in the refrigerator.
These festive Halloween treats for kids will get your family in the holiday spirit! Whether you're throwing the perfect party or looking for fun treats kids can make, these easy Halloween snack ideas will make everyone falling under their spell.
Halloween is nearly here. Get in the spirit with these easy recipes that each require less than an hour of prep time.
Throwing a monster bash this Halloween? Keep guests (big and little) happy with our recipes for snacks fit to fuel a spooky soiree--from fall-flavor favorites to ghoulish treats.
This Halloween, turn your table into a haunted forest by crafting these candy-coated centerpieces with your kids.
Directions for making a cute owl snack that's made from crackers, cream cheese, almonds, and raisins.
Decorate these cookie and candy pops for a party favor to give each child or guest.
Crispy rice treats shaped into ghostly figures and coated in white make for spooky but tasty Halloween cookies.
Apple juice and seltzer are poured over green gelatin to make this cool and spooky drink.
Milk and orange juice concentrate create this cool drink, which makes a refreshing snack on a summer day.
Before heading out for a night of costumes and candy, host a spooky soiree with Halloween games and healthy treats you won't need to trick your kids into eating.